Air ambulance Newmarket clinical day

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Responding to violent crime trauma is the theme of the East Anglian Air Ambulance Service’s latest clinical governance event on Friday (3rd May).

The open session kicks off at the British Racing School in Newmarket at 11.45am. Emergency medicine specialist Dr David Clutton will kick things off by outlining his recent experience at a murder scene he attended in our patch.

Dr Clutton pushed for a clinical governance day focussed on criminal violence trauma in response to high violent crime injury rates in the Midlands and ‘noticing a rise in the East of England’.

Sergeant Craig Baker from Cambridgeshire Police will give a presentation on statistical analysis of knife crime in the East of England. A firearms police officer will talk about their expectations and abilities in emergencies where guns are involved.

Other presentations include:

  • CRM around penetrating trauma on scene
  • Wound dressings and appropriate use
  • The future of cardiac monitoring

You can find more information and register at www.eaaa.org.uk/about-us/clinical-governance-days.

Published 30th April 2019

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